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By the light of nature we see God as a God above us, by the light of the law we see Him as a God against us, but by the light of the gospel we see Him as Emmanuel, God with us.

- Matthew Henry


Wednesday, 12/7/16

 - School announcements for Thursday - click here

- The Minot Daily News delivery will be delayed Thursday morning. 

- Highway 52 is closed between Velva and Jamestown

- The NDDOT & the NDHP have issued a No Travel Advisory for portions of northwestern and north central North Dakota due to near zero visibility. Cities included in the No Travel Advisory are: Minot, Harvey, Bottineau, Crosby, Stanley, Bowbells, New Town and surrounding areas. Motorists should not travel as blowing and drifting snow is creating hazardous driving conditions.

- No Travel Advised due to blowing snow reducing visibility in Barnes, Burke, Kidder, Pierce & Renville Co.

- City of Minot has declared a  Snow Emergency. All vehicles need to be removed from streets for snow removal 

- the City of Surrey has declared a Snow Emergency.  All vehicles need to be removed from streets for snow removal

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 Agriculture News

North Dakota State University is receiving nearly $2.2 million in federal money to help fund research into crop productivity and protect wheat from pests and disease....
For the week ending May 1st, temperatures averaged two to four degrees below normal in the northeast part of the state and four to ten degrees below normal in the southwest...
The application deadline for the 2016 Specialty Crop Grants is two weeks away....
The Weekly Crop and Weather Report....
For the week ending April 10, 2016, very little fieldwork was done as a result of cold and windy conditions...
NDSU weekly crop and weather report....
A couple has taken over operation of a farm south of Mandan and is putting its own spin on the farm's Community Supported Agriculture operations....
Less spring wheat and barley, but more corn. That's according to the 2016 North Dakota Prospective Plantings report....
For the month of March 2016, temperatures averaged six or more degrees above normal....
The North Dakota Stockmen's Association is giving a $3,000 reward to an unnamed informant who helped crack a cattle-killing case in Oliver County....
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